If you're looking for a way to set your Nexus 7 apart from the pack, dbrand has the solution: custom adhesive skins. These skins come in a variety of colors and textures – everything from pink leather to white carbon fiber or metallic titanium. They're pretty badass. Of course, we would expect nothing less from a site with such fantastic design.
This contest is now over.
The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!
- Askolds Zusans
- Ben Dixon
- Ivan Samuelson
- Joe Case
- Jonathan Danna
- Jonathan Longoria
- Adam Deslauriers
- Jeffry Su
- Mustafa Zoher
There are 9 leather colors, 2 carbon, and 1 titanium
Artem has been using the titanium skin on his Nexus 7 for the last few weeks, and he likes it quite a bit. His thoughts:
The skin is very sturdy - it's nicely textured, applies easily, doesn't rip (i.e. it's not a cheap thin layer but a high-quality one, made by 3M).
Application was easy - the instructions on the site are very easy to follow. If you're the kind of person who looks for perfection, it's easy to keep retrying as the adhesive doesn't leave residue and the skin itself doesn't get scrunched up. Just peel off the part that you're not happy with and put it back on. Because it's relatively thick, it doesn't bubble or create air pockets.
I'm using it to quickly tell apart my two Nexus 7s because one is 32GB and the other is 16GB. Now I can always tell which one is which. And it looks hot (I think). All of their skins do.
Here's a look at his shiny new N7 in action:
Sexy, no? Yeah... you know you want one. And you're in luck – we just so happen to have 10 to give away. Or you can buy one for $20.
Here's the skinny: you need only leave a comment on this post answering the question in the Rafflecopter widget. Make sure you mark it as done once you're finished, otherwise your entry won't count! These come in a variety of colors and textures, so if you win, you pick the one you want. Head here to look through all dbrand has to offer.
The contest begins now, is open to users across the globe, and will run until Tuesday, January 15th at 12:00AM (midnight) PT.